Saree is an awesome outfit for women from ancient periods. A six yard piece of continuous cloth weaved either by hand or machines by professional and expert weavers. They are usually weaved from variant fabrics available in those regions like chiffon, silk or hybrid fabric that is mixture of two or more fabrics according to the fashion trends prevailing in the markets. Weaving process of sarees have changed quiet rapidly from past. The modern procedures are quiet easier too handle. When it comes to fashion everyone needs something new in their dressing styles. So, Different versions of sarees are extracted from basic versions. Women of all ages require sarees on almost all the occasions. Sarees are weaved differently for various occasions. Some of the colors used while weaving. saree adheres beauty to woman
In places like India each and every kind of sarees are available but in foreign countries, Indian women can't find all latest sarees or only outdated variants may be available. Some of the updated and ethnic styles of sarees in Indian markets are Pashmina silks, benarasi varieties pure katan silk, organza with zari, shattir, georgette, patola cotton, rajkot patola, paithani sari, jamdhani silks, bomkai saree, south Indian kanjivaram pattu sarees, Andhra uppada silks, chennai silks, chanderi weaves, arni and dharmavaram are some of the pure silk weaves and are one of the Indian expensive sarees. Indian cotton silk sarees are one of the best to wear right from daily casual to formal gatherings. And pochampalli ikkat, Orissa sambalpuri and vichitrapuri saris, gadwal, narayanpet, venkatagiri, chettinadu, rasipuram, maheswari, Assam, Nagaland and Meghalaya are some of them which are known of their weaving pattern and motifs. All these sarees can be wore on events like wedding, traditional and even at parties.
Another sensation in sarees is patch work, where a piece of cloth is stitched one over the other to make the saree more attractive, Modern patchwork patterns varies simple to carvings of beautiful shapes and sizes. Patchwork adds fashion and charm to Indian sarees. Latest tussar silk half and half pattern sari of mango block printed booties having embroidered flower patch work all over saree and pallu with contrasted print border is grand apt to wedding and bridal occasions. Soothing handloom cotton saree of kalamkari painting patch embellished with kundans, beads and having zari border is well drape to daily casual, corporate office, colleges and traditional events and occasions